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Movie playback speed

Movie playback speed

Movie playback speed

I have created a basic movie, but it plays too fast. I can't find anywhere how to specify how many frames per second are played. Can you point me in the right direction? I'm using PhotoPaint 7.
Thanks in advance.

RE: Movie playback speed

On the menu bar go to Movie > Frame Rate

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RE: Movie playback speed

On Corel Photo-Paint 7, there is no option on the Menu bar under "Movie" that says "Frame Rate."

RE: Movie playback speed

You may need to upgrade to Ver 8.  

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RE: Movie playback speed

In Version 7.373, Save As GIF Animation. After saving, a second dialog box pops up for GIF89a settings.  You may set Frame Delay on bottom right of dialog box.

For more on this do www.google.com search for keywords:

corel photo paint movie speed

You will find many references, including the one below found at Corel Magazine (which is slightly in error about version 7 frame speed options):


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